At Bunnings, our team members are the heart of our business. From our stores through to our support office, we offer real benefits and genuine opportunities for career and personal growth.
Our organisation is as diverse as the customers who walk through our doors. Together, we're one big family and when you start a role with us, you’ll soon find there’s a lot more in store for you than you first imagined.
At Bunnings, we believe a diverse team creates the best mix of perspectives which helps us innovate and make better decisions. We want our team to have diverse thinking, perspectives, backgrounds and education, which supports us in representing the local communities we serve and so our team can bring their whole self to work.
A diverse and inclusive team makes everyone feel valued, respected and connected at work. We’re committed to creating a safe and supportive work environment for all team members regardless of age, ability, gender identity, sexual orientation, race, ethnicity or background.
We’re the leading retailer of home and lifestyle products in New Zealand and Australia. We're proud to provide the best service to D.I.Y. and Trade customers through our widest range at the lowest prices.
Our team of over 50,000 people work across our warehouses, trade centres, distribution centres, and store support offices to bring home improvement to life.
We want all of our team members to have an opportunity to achieve their potential by providing a great place to work. Our culture is one where people come first, where care for others is the norm – and where you'll have the opportunity to make a real difference to our future success.
To us, diversity means many things including different ideas and ways of thinking, demographics, culture and gender. Together we’re able to deliver far more than we ever could have alone.
Regardless of where you are in life, we're committed to creating opportunities and driving progression through our business. We’ve got a huge range of resources like online training courses and development plans to get you started, ready for you to own and drive.
Search for a job at Bunnings using the following: location, job category or employment type.
Click on the job to access the full job description, and if you're interested in the role, hit the 'Apply' button to begin your application.
If you're a new applicant, you’ll need to create an account. You’ll be asked to provide a valid email address and create a password. This will be your login details moving forward. If you already have a candidate account, you can sign in and apply with your existing details.
You can also sign up for job alerts that match your selected criteria.
On completion of your application, please review the privacy statement in detail and click 'Submit'.
We'll then review your application and inform you if we require any further information or next steps.
Our recruitment process can vary depending on the job you’ve applied for and may include a phone interview, face-to-face interviews, skills assessments, background and reference checks.
Don't be disheartened if you miss out or there are no job opportunities available, as we receive thousands of applications each year for roles across New Zealand and Australia. All we ask is to be yourself during this process.
If you haven't found the right job that suits you, that's okay. If you'd like to be notified of future job opportunities, you can register for alerts when you create an account.
To set this up, you'll need to click on 'Sign In' at the top of the page, click on 'Job Alerts' and then click on 'Create Job Alert' to select your preferences.
Alternatively, continue to check our website and search our latest job opportunities.
You can confirm, at any time, that your application was completed, by doing any of the following:
Yes, you can withdraw your application. Log in to your candidate account, select 'Candidate Home' and view submitted applications and under actions click on 'Manage' then click on 'Withdraw Application'.
If you'd like to contact us by email, please include your contact details and location in your message.
If you'd like to call your local Human Resources team, you can contact your region's Support Centre using the details below.